The last couple of weeks in Red Class have been very busy with visitors and visits. We have been continuing our topic of ‘People who help us’.
We had a visit from an A&E nurse who also works for Medicins Sans Frontiers/ Doctors without Borders. He was able to talk about what happens when you hurt yourself and even bandaged a few children up! Some children were able to use a stethoscope and listen to their friend’s heartbeat.
We had Rosie Postie from the Postal Museum come and provide a workshop about the Jolly Postman which the children really enjoyed, being able to act out different parts of the book.
This was in anticipation of our actual trip to the Postal Museum. The children were able to pretend working in a Post Office in the Sorted space, walk around the very interactive exhibition and enjoy another workshop with Rosie Postie. A big thank you to all the parents who came along and supported us on this trip- it was a great day.